Sophie introduces the Business School, and gives you a glimpse of North Campus
Virtual Tours by Students
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Okay, so right now I'm sitting in front of the business school, which is fairly new to our campus. When I was a freshman, it was, I believe, like top six in the country. I'm not really sure what stands now because I am not in the business school. I'm sitting on the cusp of kind of North campus, but she could pan out. I think it was so I think the cameras built to thirteen. That's where all the majority of the sophomores live on. Ben, when you joined the sororities, if you're a girl like you have like a sorority hall and, like each sorority is like, doesn't need it to one of the different dorms on North Campus. There is also a Starbucks in that building hands the pit, which is one of our cafeteria, a beautiful side of campus, and it's much quieter than top campus. South Campus is where all the classrooms and such are in. The library is like that, but the business school behind me is fairly new. You and also what the great thing about business school is through. What different businesses will come for seniors in the fall for career fair, which we have this week, and you can actually have interviews in business school, which is very convenient. So you have to drive to places like Charlotte at first, like you can, like, get your first interview here. So actually having the interview yesterday and just had to come here, so it's very easy, and it's a great place to study as well. Ifyou're once you're in the business school, you kind of have access any room so you can sleep in any plaster in the study with your friends, things like that. It's kind of I'm even into made a little bit by the business because it is. You see, I'm wearing sweater sweatshirt right now in leggings, and sometimes I go in there and people are wearing heels and stuff. There's also an Einstein's bagel place in there and printers and saw what what? Oh, and there, showers. So the business school there's a ton of different parks, too. There's like an electric fire pit outside to a lot of people hang out there like kind of in the fall winter. People kind of like taking a study break, so I kind of get your creative juices flowing. Chapel is hidden and, like up there is the upper body and then in the parking lot.